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Soyabella Soymilk Maker and Tofu Kit (SB-132)

by Tribest

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  • Makes soymilk, nut milks, porridge, rice paste, and much more in just 15 minutes
  • Makes raw almond milk, cashew milk, and other raw nut milks in as little as 30 seconds
  • Easily converts into a coffee grinder with the included accessories
  • Concealed heating element for safe operation and easy cleaning
  • Handy tofu press included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 11.5 x 7.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DZ4OYY
  • Item model number: SB-132
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,571 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The elegantly easy way to make fresh soymilk, veganmilks, and hot soups at home! With Soyabella, you can make fresh milk from beans, rice, and nuts in your own kitchen. Soyabella makes delicious drinks like fresh soymilk, almond milk, rice milk, and cashew milk in as little as 15 minutes. And for raw vegans, Soyabella makes delicious raw nut milks in seconds! Soyabella is also great for making delicious puréed soups and porridges like split pea soup, butternut squash soup, and rice porridge. Soyabella can even grind coffee beans and other dry ingredients with its convenient milling accessories. Soyabella is extremely convenient with different program settings that let you easily control temperature and grinding time with a single touch. Soyabella’s multiple attachments allow you to create a cornucopia of recipes without difficult cleaning. Unlike other soymilk makers, Soyabella does not have an exposed heating coil, but instead features a safely hidden heating element inside its stainless steel boiling chamber – offering easier cleanup and added safety. Soyabella’s advanced safety features also prevent overflows, dry heating, and overheating for safe and reliable operation. The Deluxe Soyabella Soy Milk Maker package comes with a tofu kit. Making homemade tofu has never been easier -- simply make soy milk using your Soyabella automatic soy milk maker and add a coagulator, then use the handy tofu press to squeeze soy curds into delicious tofu ready to eat.

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I love having my soymilk maker.
Elizabeth Jones
I also found it difficult to clean because the mess from boiling over each time created a hot sticky mess all over the machine.
S. Wilson
Even mixed nuts or cashews make a good milk if you wash off the salt while you are soaking them.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Jones on November 16, 2008
I love having my soymilk maker. I use it at least once a week. I can make enough soymilk for the family (3) to use for about $0.50! I would have given it five stars, but it is a little bit of a pain to clean. The screen has very fine holes which clog easily, but it hasn't caused any issues with its function yet. I've been using it for over a year now and it still works just as good as it did the first time. If only they could engineer a way to speed up soaking your soybeans :)
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joi de Vivre on November 27, 2008
If this were the only soymilk maker I'd ever used, I'd probably have been thrilled with it. However, I'd been using the SoyQuick Soy Milk Maker (SDZ-5) that belonged to a friend. When my use increased, I decided it was time for my own. I looked around and found the Soyabella. It looked like it did everything the SDZ-5 did, and maybe more, and it had an elegant design which I liked. The Soyabella performed well, made great soymilk, but there are a couple of serious design flaws. One thing I wasn't prepared for was the wickedly sharp blades on the Soyabella. I'm used to cleaning small parts with my fingers. Not a good idea with this machine, and I sliced skin off a finger in short order, even being careful. The Soyabella has three electrical plugs on the unit: one in the top, and two in the base. That makes it necessary to clean very carefully so you don't get water in the electrical parts. The top unit with the blades is hard to hold onto, and if you get water in the electrical components, it may not run until it drys out in 3-4 days.

With these drawbacks, and especially the sharp blades, I called Tribest and asked for a refund. Forget it. Because it wasn't malfunctioning, they didn't consider my dissatisfaction a legitimate reason for a refund. I am STUCK with this machine, which I don't use. I'm very unhappy with the Soyabella and with Tribest. They don't stand behind their products, and to me, that says it all. I finally got an SoyQuick SDZ5 of my own from Kitchen's Best Manufacturing Group, and I'm completely thrilled with the company and the product.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Wilson on November 12, 2008
My family and I have been drinking soy and rice milk for a number of years and this machine seemed to be a good solution as I wanted to cut down on our grocery bill. After learning more about the problems with tetra-pak containers, I was completely turned off.

I purchased the "Elegant" Soyabella and wanted to share my own personal experience. I was initially excited to receive my machine and begin making my first batch of milk. Overall, I found the Soyabella to be very problematic.

I read the manual and followed the instructions carefully but when I made my first batch of milk it continued to boil over leaving my counter a sticky mess. After 3 unsuccessful attempts, I did finally get it to complete a batch of milk where I encountered even more undesirable results.

To begin with, the milk screen was very difficult to remove as the handle on the bottom is so small that you have no hope in ever getting a finger underneath the handle let alone actually grabbing it to take off the cup. The milk turned out quite pulpy as the milk screen holes are quite large and it didn't grind the beans completely.

When I cleaned my machine I found that I had to be extra cautious as the blade is very sharp. Although it is an advertised benefit, I found that having the heater in the base of the milk jug was more of a pain as when the jug has milk in it, it is quite heavy. I also found it difficult to clean because the mess from boiling over each time created a hot sticky mess all over the machine. The jug contains a lot of electrical stuff and obviously it is not made to get wet but in order to clean, it is nearly impossible and time consuming.

I realized my hour of efforts yielded less than 1 quart of milk. I found the manual very vague and surely not helpful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By OrganicMe on May 30, 2013
Since purchasing the Soyabella last September, I have made over 150 batches (30-32 oz) of soymilk. I purchase organic soybeans at the local Asian markets on sale, and am able to enjoy sugar free soymilk with only the ingredients I choose to add (typically cinnamon and vanilla, occasionally, cocoa or ginger). I soak 1/3 cup beans in the fridge, and have them ready whenever I need a batch of soymilk. Packaging of dry soybeans is far more environmentally friendly than the quart containers of milk I previously purchased. The process of making the milk takes 18-20 minutes (2 minutes of putting everything together, 18 minutes waiting for it to process), additional filtering and clean-up, no more than 5 minutes. The milk is better after a secondary filtration to remove excess pulp, so I use a fine mesh strainer or French press. The Soyabella filter requires scrubbing, then soaking in cold water to remove build-up. An additional weekly soak in dishwasher detergent will remove any starchy buid-up the normal soak does not remove. I have not bothered to use the tofu maker yet, so in retrospect probably should have chosen the model without the tofu mold. I am very pleased with my purchase of the Soyabella.
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